TurnOnGreen takes on energy storage with new product line
Leveraging 50+ years experience developing power supply solutions
Energy Storage Market
Solar, wind, and other renewable energy sources are set for spectacular growth in the coming years and decades as governments race to net zero. It was only a matter of time before energy storage strutted on stage, and it is going to be no less spectacular than renewables. Coolisys Technologies Corp. will be releasing its new Energy Storage System (ESS) product line, which the Company believes is well-suited for homes and small commercial buildings.
The new ESS product is comprised of three major elements including a hybrid inverter to support a wide range of deployment scenarios, a battery pack for energy storage, and a data logger featuring a web-based monitoring portal. The Coolisys hybrid inverter supports a load up to 5.5kW off-grid and 7kW grid-tied. The ESS product is designed for a wide range of applications, including off-grid, self-consumption, net-metering, power backup, and time-of-use optimization.
The battery pack features an energy storage system with either one cabinet that can store power of up to 12kWh or two cabinets that can store up to 24kWh. The lithium ferrite phosphate battery pack is ideal for extreme conditions including those in rural or isolated locations.
The web-based monitoring portal provides remote access for system maintenance and performance monitoring.
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What’s an energy storage system?
Solar panels have one job: They collect sunlight and transform it into electricity. But they can make that energy only when the sun is shining. That’s why the ability to store solar energy for later use is important: It helps to keep the balance between electricity generation and demand.
Inverter converts the direct current (DC) electricity generated by your solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity for your home’s appliances. Hybrid inverters are designed to incorporate storage. It is a critical component of any solar energy system.